Michael B. Jordan, Ben Stiller among Golden Globe presenters

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  • Ben Stiller
    Ben Stiller
    American actor
  • Michael B. Jordan
    Michael B. Jordan
    Actor
  • Chrissy Metz
    Chrissy Metz
    American actress
  • Idris Elba
    Idris Elba
    Actor
  • Jamie Lee Curtis
    Jamie Lee Curtis
    American actress
  • Dick Van Dyke
    Dick Van Dyke
    American actor
  • Sandra Oh
    Sandra Oh
    Canadian actress
  • Carol Burnett
    Carol Burnett
    American actress

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael B. Jordan, Ben Stiller and Idris Elba are among the first presenters announced for Sunday's Golden Globe Awards.

Other presenters announced Thursday by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association include Catherine Zeta-Jones, Dick Van Dyke, Jamie Lee Curtis, Chrissy Metz, Felicity Huffman and Mike Myers.

Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg will host the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards that will air on NBC.

The Globes show is also adding the Carol Burnett Award, an accolade that focuses on life achievement in television. The inaugural award will go to the 85-year-old Burnett, a five-time Globes winner.

Jeff Bridges will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award, an accolade for film. The 69-year-old actor won a Globe in 2010 for his role in "Crazy Heart."